Let me know if this sounds familiar:
1. You come up with a great idea.
2. You just start writing and maybe get 500 or even 1000 words written. There’s no real structure. The words just “flow.”
3. You edit endlessly, for days if not weeks, worrying if you’re making the piece any better, or if it’s actually getting worse.
4. You finally get so sick of it you decide to hit “Publish” only to hear… crickets.
5. You wonder if it was really a good idea after all.
6. You repeat the process with the next idea, telling yourself “this time” will be different.
And of course, it never is.
This is how most writers approach creating content.
No intention. No plan. Just chasing the wind.
And as a result, they get frustrated and disappointed with the results.
Wouldn’t it be great if it didn’t have to be this way?
NEWSFLASH: It doesn’t!